For this track, Detroit's finest will be returning to the bass side for a new dubstep offering. On Twitter, he shared a short video preview of the new single. Alongside the music, he stated that he would be finishing the new song that day, so fans have already begun to hold their breath waiting for its official release.
It's worth noting that the name on the project file shown in the video reads "medusa dubstep remix update [medusa dubstep remix]," leading many to believe that the new song is a remix of his and Wreckno's Pride Month anthem of the same name.
While he's been known to switch up genres often, fans have a sweet spot for his dubstep tunes. Despite the existence of real-life music festivals feeling like a fever dream, dubstep fans will never forget the utter domination his collaboration with Subtronics, "Griztronics," had on the bass stages of yesteryear.
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At the time of writing, GRiZ has not yet announced an official title or release date for his newly-completed dubstep tune.